General information

General information

The tours are organized only when ordered. For reservation or enquires please contact us.

Pre-war German provinces

Pre-war German provinces

 

Day 1:

Arriving to Wrocław. Dinner and overnight.

 

Day 2:

Wrocław – a walking tour through the city: the Racławice Panorama (a famous painting depicting the victorious battle of Polish uprisers commanded by T. Kościuszko against the Russian army in 1794), Cathedral Island with the Gothic Cathedral of St. John the Baptist and the Archbishops Palace, Cathedral Bridge (called the Bridge of Lovers), Sand Island with Blessed Virgin Mary Church and a picturesque boulevard on the bank of Odra River; the Old Town: the Baroque ensemble of the Ossolineum Institute and the main building of the University with the ceremonial hall Aula Leopoldina, the ancient butchers’ houses, the medieval prison, the former castle of Prussian kings (now the Municipal Museum), the Market Square with the Gothic Town Hall and merchants’ houses, the Centennial Hall – one of the largest dome-shaped reinforced concrete structures in the world (the UNESCO World Heritage site), Szczytnicki Park with the Japanese Garden.

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Great Poland and Pomerania

Great Poland and Pomerania

 

Day 1:

Arriving to Poznań. Dinner and overnight.

 

Day 2:

Poznań – a walking tour through the Old Town: the Old Market Square with the Renaissance Town Hall and the famous mechanical sculptures of the fighting male goats, Cathedral Island with the Cathedral (inside among others the Golden Chapel - the burial place of the first two Polish rulers: Mieszko I and Boleslaw Chrobry). Gniezno – the first capital of Poland and one of the first dioceses: St. Adalbert Cathedral where the first Polish kings were crowned – the silver reliquary believed to contain the remains of St. Adalbert (one of the holy patrons of Poland), the famous medieval Door of Gniezno with reliefs depicting the life of St. Adalbert. Transfer to the Żnin district.

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Warsaw and Pomerania

Warsaw and Pomerania

 

Day 1:

Arriving to Warsaw. Dinner and overnight.

 

Day 2:

Warsaw – a walking tour in the city centre: the Castle Square and the Kings’ Castle, the Old Town Market Square, the Cathedral of St. John, the Barbican, Krakowskie Przedmieście street (with the Palace of the President, the Grave of Unknown Soldier, the Church of the Holy Cross), the Palace of Science and Culture, the Kings’ Baths (Łazienki Królewskie) – a walk through the beautiful park and a visit to the Palace on the Water (the former summer residence of the last king StanisławAugust).

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Jewish Heritage Tour

Jewish Heritage Tour

 

Day 1:

Arriving to Cracow. Dinner and overnight.

 

Day 2:

Oświęcim: visiting the former extermination camp Auschwitz-Birkenau, a visit to the Jewish Centre and the synagogue. Transfer back to Cracow. A walking tour in the Old Town: the Main Market Square (the largest in Poland) with the Cloth Hall and the tower of the former Town Hall, St. Mary Church.

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Jewish Heritage Tour – short version

Jewish Heritage Tour – short version

 

Day 1:

Arriving to Cracow. Dinner and overnight.

 

Day 2:

Oświęcim: visiting the former extermination camp Auschwitz-Birkenau, a visit to the Jewish Centre and the synagogue. Transfer back to Cracow. A walking tour in the Old Town: the Main Market Square (the largest in Poland) with the Cloth Hall and the tower of the former Town Hall, St. Mary Church.

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Route of John Paul II

 

Route of John Paul II

 

Day 1:

Arriving to Cracow. Dinner and overnight.

 

 

Day 2:

Wadowice – the birthplace of John Paul II: the Basilica where Karol Wojtyla was baptised, the Pope’s Museum (the house of Karol Wojtyla’s childehood). Kalwaria: a visit to the beautifully located St. Mary shrine (the first Karol Wojtyla’s pilgrimage destination). Cross Road stands and Rosary chapels scattered around on the hills are the most beautiful in Poland.

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Eastern Poland and the Masurian Lake District

Eastern Poland and the Masurian Lake District

 

Day 1:

Arriving to Warsaw. Dinner and overnight.

 

Day 2:

Grabarka – the most important and famous orthodox sanctuary in Poland: the Hill of the Crosses (with orthodox crosses left on the hill by pilgrims) and the wooden orthodox church. Transfer to Białowieża. A break in Białowieża Forest – the largest foresty area in the European lowlands that is still unspoiled by the civilisation. Dinner with a bonfire.

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South-Eastern Poland

 

South-Eastern Poland

 

Day 1:

Arriving to Cracow or Rzeszow. Dinner and overnight.

 

Day 2:

Łańcut: the Palace famous as one of the most beautiful aristocratic residences in Poland – visiting the interior, a walk through the palace’s park and a visit to the exhibition of horse carriages (one of the biggest collection in Poland). Transfer to the Bieszczady Mountains – one of the wildest mountain area in Poland. A visit to the Museum of Folk Architecture in Sanok (the largest open-air museum in Poland) or a boat cruise on the Solina Lake (the water reservoir built in the mountains in 1960ies).

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Little Poland

 

Little Poland

 

Day 1:

Arriving to Wrocław or Katowice. Dinner and overnight.

 

Day 2:

Tychy: visiting the brewery (one of the largest in Poland). Oświęcim: visiting the former extermination camp Auschwitz-Birkenau. Alternative program: Częstochowa: a visit to the most popular Polish sanctuary at the Pauline monastery on Jasna Góra (Bright Mount), famous as the spiritual heart of Poland - time for a prayer in front of the miraculous icon of Black Madonna. Then (both programs): The Cracow-Częstochowa Upland, also known as the Polish Jurassic Highland: a stunning landscape of limestone rocks and ruins of medieval castles, visiting Ogrodzieniec Castle. Transfer to Cracow.

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